Skip to comments.DOJ demands to see policies on immigration
Posted on 01/26/2018 2:02:54 AM PST by Kartographer
Bernalillo County was one of 23 jurisdictions across the country that received letters from the U.S. Department of Justice on Wednesday demanding that they turn over policies related to immigration enforcement.
The DOJ in the letter to County Commission Chairman Steven Michael Quezada threatened to withhold future law enforcement-related grants and make the county pay back previous grants if it failed to produce documents that would show whether the county is unlawfully restricting the information it shares with federal immigration authorities, according to a DOJ news release.
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New Mexico PING!
Taking a broader view answer this two part Bonus Question:
When was the last time so many local jurisdictions ignored and countermanded federal law, and what was the result?
You whistling Dixie?
Several states and many urban areas within and outside of those states are moving towards sedition. How do you think this is going to end?
Looks like the first shot has been fired. New Mexico being the red headed step child will be the trial balloon for when this ultimately hits the SCOTUS. Pay close attention Moonbeam.
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